People & Technology Resources Emile P. Torres, Would “artificial superintelligence” lead to the end of life on Earth? It’s not a stupid question: A supercharged AI will be so much smarter than us that there’s no way to calculate the risk. Let’s call time out. August 6, 2022. Grace Browne Aug 1, 2022 The Age of Brain-Computer Interfaces Is on the Horizon

Norman Daniels, Just Health,

Daniels N. (2000). Accountability for reasonableness. BMJ (Clinical research ed.)321(7272), 1300–1301.

Neil Savage, Tapping into the drug discovery potential of AI, 27 May 2021

David H. Freedman, Hunting for New Drugs with AI: The pharmaceutical industry is in a drug-discovery slump. How much can AI help? 18 December 2019 Han, S., Kelly, E., Nikou, S. et al. Aligning artificial intelligence with human values: reflections from a phenomenological perspective. AI & Soc (2021). 04 May 2022 To make AI fair, here’s what we must learn to do, Mona Sloane.

United Nations , The UN Guiding Principles in the Age of Technology,

OHCHR Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights

B-Tech Project, United Nation,

The Ethical Dilemma at the Heart of Big Tech Companies, Harvard Business Review

John, Spacey. (2016, April 13). 20 Types of Technology Ethics. Simplicable.
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All Tech Is Human Responsible Tech Guide  (The guide is a download)

PCW (corporate)


P. Domingos The Master Algorithm. Basic, 2015

A Kroker and M Kroker, Technologies of the New Real. University of Toronto Press, 2022

C Koopman, How we became our data—a genealogy of the informational person. University of Chicago 2019

K Crawford, Atlas of AI. Yale University Press, 2021

T. Mullaney et al, eds. Your Computer is on Fire. MIT 

Moralizing Technology Peter-Paul Verbeek

Data Feminism — Catherine DIgnazio and Lauren Klein

How We Became Our Data — Colin Koopman

Future Ethics — Cennydd Bowles

Technology and the Virtues (I am lukewarm on this one by Shannon Vallor)

Big Data, Health Law, and Bioethics Cohen, Lynch, et al. (Maybe not as relevant to us)

Cybersecurity Ethics by Mary Manjikian (too basic for us maybe)

21 Lessons for the 21st Century — Yuval Noah Harari

Technology Is Not Neutral – Stephanie Hare

The Innovation Delusion – Lee Vinsel and Andrew Russell

Ethical Machines – Reid Blackman

The Alignment Problem – Brian Christian

The Rightful Place of Science: Science, Values, and Democracy – ed Heather Douglas

Moral Machines: Teaching Robots Right from Wrong – Wendell Wallach and Colin Allen

Automating Inequality – Virginia Eubanks *

Weapons of Math Destruction – Cathy O’Neil

Science, Policy and the Value-Free Ideal – Heather Douglas

Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence – Max Tegmark